AZoQuantum speaks with Dr. Charles Steinhardt about his research that has characterized the nature of stars in distant galaxies and shown how they differ from our own.
“Quantum Mixer” Could Give Quantum Sensors a Massive Boost
By Robert Lea
Maintaining Coherence in a “Quantum Drum”
Uncovering the Mass of Distant Stars
By Skyla Baily
How Will SpinLaunch Slingshot Rockets to Space?
By Ilamaran Sivarajah
Gaia Creates Stunning 3D Map of the Milky Way
What are Quantum Time Crystals?
Exploring CP Asymmetry With the Higgs Boson
Scientists Analyze Quantum Amplification in Floquet Systems
Topological Superconductors Serve as a Potential Technology for Majorana Particle
Researchers Devise an Eco-Responsible Approach to Synthesize Quantum Dots
Researchers Create Light Manipulation Technique for Future Quantum Computer Chips
Researchers Discover a New Nuclear Magic Trick
Dr. Charles Steinhardt
Dr. Samuli Autti
AZoQuantum interviewed Dr. Samuli Autti from Lancaster University about his research that has explored quantum time crystals. In his latest paper, Dr. Autti sheds light on previously misunderstood phenomena.
Dominik Šafránek, Ju-Yeon Gyhm, and Dario Rosa
AZoQuantum spoke with Dominik Šafránek, Ju-Yeon Gyhm, and Dario Rosa about their research that has provided a theorem that brings us one step closer to the development of functional quantum batteries.
Zurich Instrument’s new SHFQC is the first qubit controller with the capabilities to utilize up to 6 qubits simultaneously. The SHFQC is capable of seamlessly integrating into any pre-existing Zurich Instruments quantum computing products and allows for scaling of up to 100 qubits and more.
The ORCA-Quest qCMOS camera provides high-quality and low-noise imaging for a variety of needs and uses. This makes it the perfect choice for imaging needs in the wider quantum industry.